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Weekliii Round-Up: News on Benefits of Learning to Code with Python and the History of Shell

Updated: Dec 19, 2019

Before you jet off for your long Memorial Day weekend, let's dive in to the news and posts our team has shared with you throughout this past week. From the benefits of Python programming to all about the history of Shell, let's explore!

What have you always wanted to ask your spatial data and Knowledge Management systems? It may sound like a silly question. However, it is a silly question that gets results. Literally. Discover how Spatial Data Discovery and better Knowledge Management practices can lead to greater analysis and searchability of your spatial resources.

Are you still on the lookout for a goal to tackle this year? We suggest learning a thing or two about programming with Python. Learn more about why you should add this skill set to your resume and introduce more training into your professional development with this week's #DailyBrainCandiii post.

Simplicity is the single biggest reason for beginners to learn Python. When you first start with programming and coding, you don't want to start with a programming language which has tough syntax and weird rules. Python is both readable and simple. It's also easy to setup, unlike dealing with things like classpath problems in Java or compiler issues in C++.

Do you know the history of some of the biggest names in the Oil and Gas industry? In this week's #DailyBrainCandiii post, we learn about Shell - with its early beginnings as a London antiques shop to its present day ranking as one of the largest energy companies in the world. Discover more now.

Are you following along with our team yet? For news on the Oil and Gas, Electric, Utilities, Geospatial, and Technology industries and more, discover the best hashtags to keep you up-to-date and entertained. From the latest product releases to the news on Oil and Gas businesses, explore now.


#DailyBrainCandiii and #WeekliiiRoundUp are inspired by brain candiii, a division of Integrated Informatics that develops Geographic Information System (GIS) training for Energy and Natural Resources professionals.


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